Monday, March 4, 2024
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New renderings revealed for six-story, 160-unit senior housing development east of Wrigley

The Long Beach Planning Commission will determine whether developers can move forward with a six-story, 160-unit senior housing development in the Sunrise neighborhood just west of the edge of Signal Hill and east of Wrigley.

Construction of 32 townhomes in Bixby Knolls takes step forward, renderings released

Initially announced in 2022, a project set to raze what is currently a commercial space and parking lot in order to construct 32, three-story townhomes at the southwest corner of Orange Avenue and San Antonio Drive in Bixby Knolls took a step forward.

Foundation ready to be laid for Long Beach’s first new seaside hotel in decades

Crews have officially dug what will be the base for a new seaside hotel on the bluff at 2010 E. Ocean Blvd., replacing the former, aged Beach Plaza Hotel. It marks a dramatic shift for the project, which has been in a tumultuous adventure toward realization since its inception in 2007 and it finally breaking ground in February earlier this year.

Two massive residential projects on Pacific Coast Hwy. move past Long Beach Planning Commission

Two of three massive residential projects will alter the entire landscape of Pacific Coast Highway have moved passed the city's Planning Commission.

Scaffolding comes down on eight-story Aster residential development in DTLB

Offering the first glimpse of the building’s façade, the podium-style building’s geometric east-facing side have become visible along with its north-facing brick façade.

The three residential projects set to massively alter the landscape of Pacific Coast Highway in Long Beach

The landscape of the entirety of the city has shifted massively across the past decade—and outside of DTLB itself, it is likely that PCH is the one facing the most change.

Your first look at Shoreline Village’s proposed revamping in Downtown Long Beach

Constructed in 1982, Shoreline Village was part of the revamp of Long Beach's shoreline—including what is now the Shoreline Marina and Marina Green Par—and hasn't seen an update since.

Massive, three-parcel development at DTLB’s Mosaic complex could break ground early 2024

Mosaic—the development that was once known as The Streets and City Place before its previous owner defaulted on loans keeping the properties in possession—could move forward on big plans in 2024 for one of the city's largest parcels of land.